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Court Orders Tobacco Companies to Come Clean About How Addictive Their Products Are

After a nearly six-year legal battle, a judge ordered tobacco companies to start warning consumers about just how addictive their products are.

U.S. District Judge Gladys Kessler issued her ruling yesterday as part of a long-running government racketeering case against Philip Morris, R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., and Lorillard Tobacco Co., The Wall Street Journal's Law Blog reported Tuesday.

Source: Business Insider. Read full article. (link)

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  • Killazontherun||

    Ordered to come clean? More like accept the most ridiculously biased studies that include brain dead comatose 350 pound diabetics who smoked on occasion as being tobacco related as factually based.